With a shrinking workforce and the number of people aged 80+ expected to triple between 2020 and 2050, longevity will be one of the most impactful drivers of change in society. But how do you make people aware of the importance of being
Although we’re witnessing a rapidly secularizing society, the need for spirituality remains vivid. For younger generations, spirituality takes on a more individual approach in the form of yoga, meditation, tarot card reading and more recently… sacred drinking??? SnaxShot, a newsletter on
One of the most important pillars of the media in a free country is objectivity. Journalists are urged to report in a nonpartisan, balanced and unbiased manner. This has led to the practice wherein journalists often invite a representative from
In a bid to mitigate the environmental impact of tourists on the fragile ecosystem of Palau, the Islanders came up with an interesting program: the ‘good traveller’ incentive. Typically money would buy you special tourist experiences on the island. Instead tourists
Nothing ruins a vacation like an email from your boss. With this insight in mind, Visit Iceland came to the idea to let Icelandic horses (for real) answer your emails when you're out of the office. They created huge keyboards
Consumers now attach greater importance to the functional benefits of brands according to research by Havas. Aspects like quality, price and services are increasingly important to consumers now they experience skyrocketing inflation. Selling sustainability might even backfire right now, as it’s often
Talking about feelings is the domain of nagging women, not of macho men. Although this might seem to be an outdated assumption, many men still don’t speak up about their feelings. So how do you reach men around mental health
Even though designers are often convinced that certain decisions make a difference, yet in many cases they have no hard data to back it up. That is why font platform Monotype partnered up with applied neuroscience company Neurons to explore
Recently more and more articles explore the implications of the rising temperatures on less obvious aspects of our lives. Recently we wrote a signal about how the rising heat affects our mood, stress, aggression and its impact on crime statistics.
Recently a new type of ransomware has been discovered. Instead of traditional ransomware that asks for…well ransom, the hackers ask you for good deeds instead. The software, called Goodwill, encrypts your data, only to be unlocked after three good deeds.